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This slide show accompanies the textbook NCV 4 Personal Assistance Hands-On Training - Module 3 published by Future Managers Pty Ltd. It is intended to be used for support material for lecturers ...

This slide show accompanies the textbook NCV 4 Personal Assistance Hands-On Training - Module 3 published by Future Managers Pty Ltd. It is intended to be used for support material for lecturers teaching this subject. This module deals with customer complaints.

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    NCV 4 Personal Assistance Hands-On Support - Module 3 NCV 4 Personal Assistance Hands-On Support - Module 3 Presentation Transcript

    • Personal Assistance 4
    • Module 3:Customer complaints
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    • After completing this module, you will be able to:
      Identify customer’s problems
      Communicate with all stakeholders
      Commit to solving the customer complaint
      Apply correct planning and solution to the customer’s complaint
      Module 3: Customer complaints
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    • Worst: Customer takes business elsewhere and tells everyone
      Second worst: Customer takes business to another firm
      Second best: Problem is dealt with
      Best: They tell everyone how well the complaint was dealt with
      Customer complaints
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    • Customer complaints
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    • Imagine you have bought an iPod ™ MP3 player and you find that you need to take it back to the store for any one of the following reasons:
      It doesn’t play at all.
      It doesn’t hold enough tunes.
      Your mom says you have wasted your money and you must take it back and get a refund.
      You go back to the store and the person at the counter is :
      a. Very polite and friendly.
      Rude to you.
      Whatever the treatment, you leave the store:
      Very satisfied.
      With the reputation of being an impossible customer.
      On the flow chart, trace the route your complaint followed for each of the combinations of “reason for going back”, “treatment you received” and the “way in which you left”.
      Activity 1
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    • Customers complain for the following reasons:
      They are not happy with the product that they bought
      The are unhappy with the treatment they received
      They are just unhappy
      1.1 Identify and assess the nature of the complaint
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    • When you think about complaining, it could be about the product or the service you received. But what happens if the product is a service itself?
      Think of situations when the product is a service itself and you are satisfied with it but are not happy with the service received.
      Activity 2
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    • 1.2 Define the origin of the complaint
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    • Tell the customer that you will take responsibility
      Do something about it
      1.3 Take responsibility for action to solve the problem
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    • Information that needs to be documented could be:
      Complainant’s details
      Information relating to the complaint
      Actions to be taken by the person receiving the complaint
      Signature of the person receiving the original complaint
      1.4 Document the problem
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    • Pick any one of the twelve scenarios in Activity 1 and create a sample complaint receipt form on which you can list the information that you think could have been put into it.
      Activity 3
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    • Notify relevant internal parties of the complain and its routing
      Notify immediate superior of the customer’s complaint for further action
      Communicate to the customer regarding the outcome and progress of the solution
      2. Communicate with all stakeholders
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    • Demonstrate commitment to resolve the complaint
      Satisfy the customer with the progress of the complaint to date
      3. Commit to solving the customer complaint
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    • When you have completed this subject outcome, you will be able to:
      apply the correct solution to solve the customer’s problem
      apply the correct solution to the customer’s complaint within the agreed time frame
      maintain contact with all relevant stakeholders.
      4. Apply correct planning and solution to the customer’s problem
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    • The correct solution will depend on:
      The nature of the problem and its origin
      What your employer allows
      4.1 Apply the correct solution to solve the customer’s problem
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    • 4.2 Apply the correct solution to the customer’s complaint
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    • External stakeholders
      Suppliers
      Trade unions
      Competitors
      Investors
      Government
      Special-interest groups
      The media
      Financial institutions
      Customers / consumers
      Shareholders
      General community
      International community
      Internal stakeholders
      4.3 Maintain contact with relevant stakeholders
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    • 5. Are you listening ?!!?
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    • 5.1 Communication
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    • 5.2 Communication barriers
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    • 5.3 Listening
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    • Are you an effective listener? First answer the questions for (about) yourself and then ask a friend who you know will answer honestly to respond “yes” or “no”.
      You may be surprised at the difference We often view ourselves as great listeners when, in fact, others know that we are not.
      Activity 4
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